Mod:Crystal Isles Dossiers

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Mod Crystal Isles Faceted Crystal.png This article is about content that is part of the Mod ISO: Crystal Isles and is only available if this Mod is installed on a server or singleplayer world.

The Dossiers are a collection of notes on the various different Creatures in ISO: Crystal Isles. These Dossiers were created by the mod creator for documentation purposes, and they cannot be obtained in-game at the given moment.

Gallery of Released Dossiers[edit | edit source]

Currently, there are 6 Dossiers.

Dossier Texts[edit | edit source]

Blood Crystal Wyvern
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Known History

This variation of the species Draconis Crystalis is thought to be a direct decendent of a pod of Rainforest Wyverns found far to the East. The Rainforest Wyvern is known for its outrageous color anc the Tropical Crystal Wyvern has clearly inherited. The Crystals rooted in their skull are a deep, passionate sea blue and generate an air particle that follows them wherever they go.

Wild

The Blood Crystal Wyvern, or Blood Crystal seems to have adopted a passive way of life. Though still dangerous when provoked, this and other Crystal Wyvern species seem content to roam their habitat without being territorial towards other creatures.

Domesticated

The Crystal Wyvern is a great companion. Compact and agile, friendly and above all else... beautiful! These creatures can carry great weight and if trained well, fly very fast when needed. Because this creature can be tamed passively, it makes a suitable companion for lonely survivors... if they have the patience to wait for it to become hungry.

~ Helena
Ember Crystal Wyvern
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Known History

This variation of the species Dracnis Crystalis is thought to be a direct decendent of the Wyvern pod that once inhabited Emberfall. It has always been assumed that their coloration stems from the Primal Energy flowing through this Biome and that the Crystals rooted in their skull has had what might be described by some as an adverse effects on their natural behavior and physical status.

Wild

The Ember Crystal Wyvern, or Ember Crystal seems to have adopted a passive way of life. Though still dangerous when provoked, this and other Crystal Wyvern species seem content to roam their habitat without being territorial towards other creatures.

Domesticated

The Crystal Wyvern is a great companion. Compact and agile, friendly and above all else... beautiful! Lava scorched crystals adorn the Ember Crystal Wyvern's crown, generating a glowing air particles with their energy. Because this creature can be tame passively, it makes a suitable companion for lonely survivors... if they have the patience to wait for it to become hungry!

~ Helena
Liquefied Bronto
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Observations

Once a normal, likely healthy specimen of the species Brontosaurus lazarus, these poor creatures have found themselves completely transformed. Due to the now transparent nature of all of their biological, fleshy materials to reveal their skeletal insides the natives have come to refer to them as 'liquefied'. There also seems to be a strange reaction that has taken place within them concerning their cardiovascular system. It is still a mystery to me, but somehow a primal crystal cluster has formed within and seems to be powering their state of being, which I believe otherwise would now be deceased.

~ Helena
Liquefied Giganotosaurus
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Observations

Once a normal, likely healthy specimen of the species these poor creatures have found themselves completely transformed. Due to the now transparent nature of all of their biological, fleshy materials to reveal their skeletal insides the natives have come to refer to them as 'liquefied'. There also seems to be a strange reaction that has taken place within them concerning their cardiovascular system. It is still a mystery to me, but somehow a primal crystal cluster has formed within and seems to be powering their state of being, which I believe otherwise would now be deceased.

~ Helena
Spectral Squid
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Observations

Every bit as aggressive and formitable as its larger cousing, the "Spectral Squid" is a beautiful, ghostly sight for any deep sea explorer. Though much smaller, the Tusoteuthis lupis can still grab hold of its prey, sprint away quickly leaving a cloud of ink behind and is extremely strong.

~ Helena
Tropical Crystal Wyvern
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Known History

This variation of the species Draconis Crystalis is thought to be a direct decendent of a pod of Rainforest Wyverns found far to the East. The Rainforest Wyvern si known for its outrageous color anc the Tropical Crystal Wyvern has clearly inherited. The Crystals rooted in their skull are a deep, passionate sea blue and generate an air particle that follows them wherever they go.

Wild

The Tropical Crystal Wyvern, or Tropical Crystal seems to have adopted a passive way of life. Though still dangerous when provoked, this and other Crystal Wyvern species seem content to roam their habitat without being territorial towards other creatures.

Domesticated

The Crystal Wyvern is a great companion. Compact and agile, friendly and above all else... beautiful! These creatures can carry great weight and if trained well, fly very fast when needed. Because this creature can be tamed passively, it makes a suitable companion for lonely survivors... if they have the patience to wait for it to become hungry.

~ Helena

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